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World's first anti-laser discovered
posted February 18 2011 22:35.31 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This is the world's first anti-laser, discovered by scientists from Yale University. When a beam of a laser hits a beam of the anti-laser, they interfere one another in a way that they completely cancel each one out. The discovery could pave the way for a number of novel technologies with applications in everything from optical computing to radiology. Read the original bulletin here.

[Via: physorg]    [Link: yale]
Tags: laser   physics   research   inventions   science   innovations   
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